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We are a group of miniature and model painters who get together to socialize while they work. Models Workshop itself was founded by Larry and Ben back in February 2011 and was shortly joined by Yeji and Andi. The four of us would sit around hanging out in Skype while painting. This is the what the podcast is based upon. Models Workshop is not one person, but a group of like minded people who get together. While we do focus on talking about miniatures and painting we also love to talk about l ...
 
HYPECAST is a business, mindset and motivational interview show dedicated to empowering others to achieve greatness and make their dreams become reality. The HYPECAST is hosted by Miles Muecke and Sel Berdie, the co-directors of leading digital marketing agencies, Hype Group and Athletic Agencies and features regular interviews with people like you and me with a story to tell and value to share. Whether you're into business, health, mindset or all of the above, we welcome you to a raw, energ ...
 
Everything Stephen King, from Carrie to The Institute, from the novels to the short stories, from the small screen to the big screen. Each month we take a deep dive into one book from the bibliography of the King of horror fiction, while also charting the byways of King's forays into other genres (The Dark Tower series, On Writing etc) and also casting an eye on the many TV and film adaptations of King's work. Recorded live from the UEA media suite, Richard Sheppard interviews writers, acade ...
 
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A book as big as 'It' can't be covered in just one episode, and the response we had to the last episode, and my guest Andy Stanton, was so positive that we have decided to make the return trip to Derry. One correspondent asked why we hadn't covered Pennywise much, or Bill Denborough, which sounded like a valid critique. So, Andy kindly agreed to co…
 
In this episode of the Hypecast we introduce our amazing Marketing Manager, James Kerby to our listeners. James has a wealth of experience in marketing for some of the biggest brands in the world, including Unilever, Qantas, Bunnings just to name a few. He has helped Hype Group expand and continue to grow as a leader in marketing for health and wel…
 
In this episode of the HYPECAST, Sel & Miles sat down with two of their co-partners, Ben Chester and Nadia Schilling in Sprout Organic, a new plant based nutrition brand for infants and children. The brand was recently launched with a high level of excitement and HYPE - and this episode is all about the challenges that the team faced and the obstac…
 
James Smythe is the winner of the Wales Fiction Book of the Year 2013, and was shortlisted for the Arthur C. Clarke Award 2014. He is the author of, amongst other things, The Machine, The Explorer, No Harm Can Come To A Good Man, and the Australia trilogy, a series for Young Adult readers. More importantly for us at The Constant Reader Podcast, he …
 
Welcome model workers to another episode of Models Workshop After Hours podcast. On this weeks episode we suckered, I mean talk my friend and co-host of Full Metal RPG join Krys and I on a journey way back to the years of old. We discuss lots of orcs, kit bashing, podcasting, equipment, and many other things! If you like miniatures, models, gundam,…
 
In this episode of the Hypecast, we spoke with Shaun Krenz, the man behind the Fitness Show for the last 15 years and now the founder of the Fitness & Wellness Australia trade show event launching later this year. The Fitness Show was the pinnacle health and fitness conference and trade show event for well over a decade and Shaun has helped 1000's …
 
RUSTY IS MISSING! We are joined by our childhood friend and author Daniel Maunz (Questions of Perspective) to ponder the mystery of where Rusty has been. The long delay in episodes is due to the very, very real and not a joke disappearance of Rusty (who is feared DEAD!) Speaking of death, it's time to delve into the only Mortal Kombat movie that ma…
 
Hi, welcome back to the Constant Reader Podcast, with me your host, Richard Sheppard. Last month’s guest, the mighty Paul Tremblay has recently re-released two of his earlier novels, The Little Sleep and No Sleep Til Wonderland through Titan publishing. They’re wonderful stuff, very offbeat, and will that great Titan design that I love. The Firesta…
 
Carlos Lara is the lead singer and guitar player of Bootleg Rascal. Bootleg Rascal combines an eclectic mix of hip hop, reggae, indie-rock, dub and electronica; all while simultaneously delivering a cohesive sound they make their own. Since their mid-2013 inception, Bootleg Rascal have released a slew of singles, an EP and two albums, all of which …
 
On March 19, Sel entered the cage for an MMA fight to raise awareness for a charity initiative called CMBT Africa. The following week, Miles stepped into the boxing ring to continue the positive momentum! In this episode, we chatted about our experiences, why we decided to fight, how it has impacted us personally and professionally and why commitme…
 
Very excited to speaking to one of the most exciting writers of fiction in this episode. Paul Tremblay is the author of A Head Full of Ghosts, Disappearance at Devil's Rock, Survivor Song and many others. His new book, an omnibus edition of The Little Sleep and No Sleep til Wonderland is out on the 6th April, and available here from Titan Books. He…
 
Very excited to talk to author, producer, editor and all round good-egg Richard Chizmar for this episode. We got to ask him not only about working with Stephen King on Gwendy's Button Box, but also his own formidable body of work, which includes the sequel Gwendy's Magic Feather and the forthcoming Chasing the Boogeyman. We also talk about the next…
 
Do you remember when Megatron boarded that shuttle and wasted all that autobot slime? Or when Unicron ate that planet of annoying looking robots? Today we are talking about the only Transformers movie that matters -- the animated film from 1986! Featuring a cast with more stars than in the skies above Cybertron and more deaths than we have here on …
 
Today's guest, Helena Bacon, is an academic, a teacher and a writer. We discuss Stephen King's 2014 novel Revival, one of (in my opinion) King's most beautifully written stories, with one of the nastiest endings. How does it relate to Arthur Machen, HP Lovecraft and the Old Gods of weird fiction? Find out in this conversation..... This episode was …
 
Matt Srama is a former Gold Coast Titans Rugby League player, turned property guru. Founder of the The Srama Group, Matt focus's on partnering with Gold Coast property buyers to save them time, pain and frustration when looking for Gold Coast property, whilst also potentially saving them tens of thousands of dollars during the negotiation process. …
 
Film writer/historian Lee Gambin returns to tell us all about the history of the very special sitcom episode! We count down 5 of the wildest episodes as Lee explains the social and historical history behind these educational, wild, and controversial departures from the typical television sitcom plot. His new two volume book "Tonight, on a Very Spec…
 
For our first episode of the new year, we talk for over 3 hours about the classic film THE KARATE KID. Not only is this our longest episode ever-- it is also our cleanest! This episode was requested by Ed's nieces, who recently discovered the film and loved it. As a result, all curses have been bleeped. Yep this is fun for the whole family. Yet it …
 
Mike Muncer is a guest we have wanted to get on the podcast for a while. His podcast, the long-running The Evolution of Horror, was a major inspiration on The Constant Reader Podcast, and it remains a constant source of erudition and joy to a lot of horror fans. We chose to talk about David Cronenberg's 1983 adaptation of the Dead Zone, dovetailing…
 
Larry sits in his studio and talks to himself, like normal, but this time around he records it to share with the listens! On this episode of Models Workshop After Hours Larry sits down and talks about hobby stuff while assembling some Primaris Space Marine Eliminators. Background Music from the NCS Playlist on Spotify. Visit them on Youtube at NoCo…
 
In the episode of Models Workshop presents After Hours Jay grills Larry about airbrushes and what you need with them. We discuss Iwata, Paasche, Harder and Steenbeck, and Badger as well as the different types of paints and how to use them with an airbrush, including Games Workshop, Vallejo, Reaper, Createx, Wicked Colors, and others! Intro Song is …
 
It's Christmas at the Playhouse and Pee Wee's newest friends, Ed and Rusty, drop by and share their thoughts on all things Chairry, Conky, Pterri and the Del Rubio Triplets? On this episode, we share our own Christmas memories, Ed tells the story of when his dad went toe-to-toe with the New York Jets in a game of no holds barred charity basketball …
 
Ed had an ALLIGATOR poster as a child, but does he still love the film? Join us in our 56th episode for an exploration of the Lewis Teague-John Sayles classic, as well as a lot of xmas talk (even though this couldn't be less of a xmas movie). We talk the animal attacks genre and speculate a lot about if our friend Lee Gambin likes this film. We als…
 
Brok Neilson is the founder of Together Agency, specialists in DJ & Live Music Hire, Event Planning, Social Media Strategy and Client Management. With 30+ years of experience in the Music and Hospitality industries Brok and his team have been dedicated to ensuring you and us, have a great time when we go to party! We had a great chat with Brok abou…
 
A deep dive into John Carpenter's 1983 adaptation of Stephen King's Christine, with the wonderful Lee Gambin. Like ghost stories? Our sister podcast, Hallowed Histories, is hosting an online screening of A Pleasant Terror: The Life and Ghost of M.R. James, a documentary profiling the life and career of England's master of the ghost story. The scree…
 
Why travel this Thanksgiving, endangering yourself and others, when you could instead safely implant the memories of dry turkey, tense political conversations, and struggling to turn off the motion flow setting on your relative's TV?! On this epic episode we revisit one of our favorite films, the peak of peak Arnold: TOTAL RECALL! Do we have 5 kids…
 
A good friend of mine, Michele was recently diagnosed with brain cancer after enduring 2 years of breast cancer and is diagnosed with 6 months to live. If you can drop a couple bucks into this or share it please. https://gf.me/u/y9w57x https://t.co/VV1gZpu8oW I also finished up most of the models in the Indomitus box set by Games Workshop for Warha…
 
A departure for us this month, as we take a look at a thoroughly modern King novel, 2016's The Outsider. Also, our guest, Adam De Collibus is a newcomer to Stephen King. What did he make of his first foray into the world of the master? And is The Outsider the best or worst place to start?? We talk it all through, and discuss Adam's fascinating nove…
 
The box art for DEMON WIND (1990) is iconic. We have fond memories of admiring it in the video stores of our youth. But is the movie any good? We wanted to choose a less obvious title for right before Halloween, and we wanted something sort of corny, like HELLGATE or DOOM ASYLUM. Did we choose correctly, or will we regret this film for the rest of …
 
Could a movie as recent as 2015 be considered iconic? We argue that IT FOLLOWS can, as we break down the sex follower masterpiece during our October horror month. We ask all the annoying logistical questions everyone does, while Ed comes up with the ultimate loophole. David Robert Mitchell is just one of the many people who should never listen to t…
 
After a summer spent watching Buffy/Angel and frequently mentioning it on this podcast, it's time to revisit the film that started it all: the movie version with actress turned political scientist Kristy Swanson! This early 90s gem plunges us into all kinds of despair about getting older as we contemplate why Joss Whedon hates this likable film so …
 
Very excited to speak to Peter Laws this month, covering the 1983 novella Cycle of the Werewolf and the 1985 adaptation Silver Bullet. As a Baptist minister, part-time werewolf hunter and full-time horror genre fan, Peter is ideally placed to discuss this genuine oddity in the King canon. We cover Bernie Wrightson's beautiful illustrations, the dif…
 
Let's do time warp again -- for the first time! Once again Ed is seeing a classic for the first time, as we dive into the 1975 cult classic that's one of Rusty's favorite films. He'll guide Ed through Transylvania, discussing along the way his strange confidence in facing athletes of the past, Ed's horrible dating life and impending misadventure of…
 
In this episode of the HYPECAST we took a trip down memory lane to chat all about how Hype Group Co, our product development and marketing agency came to fruition. This is something we feel like we haven't talked about much, but wanted to share. With a lot of friends, family and listeners wanting to start their own business or agency, we wanted to …
 
Host Richard Sheppard and guest Dan Jones look under the hood of Stephen King's 1983 novel, Christine. On the surface a rip-roaring, high-octane story about a killer Plymouth Fury, yet underneath the flashy paint job is a meditation on first love, high school politics, busted family dynamics and friendship. Dan Jones is the author of Man o' War, pu…
 
For our historic 50th episode, what could we choose except the film which cleaved our lives in half? On one side, we were young. We were Star Wars fanatics, excited for whatever George cooked up. On the other side, we were the bitter, doomed individuals we are today. Of course Phantom Menace reviews have been done to death, so this isn't that at al…
 
Ryan Gambin is an Olympian, fitness professional and head Strength and Conditioning Coach at CMBT Training Centre. Channelling the dedication of a lifelong athlete into his career as a Coach, Ryan quickly found himself at the forefront of his industry owning and coaching out of his own commercial gym on the Gold Coast, Australia and being recognise…
 
Very happy to have the legendary Tom Holland on the podcast, speaking to us from the United States. We discuss his new book The Notch (links below, buy it, it's a corker), the controversial ending of Thinner, and his life in the film industry including how his first job was to write a sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. Plus, Tom gives us some gre…
 
Jarrad Bell is a pure-bred entrepreneur. With a background in graphic design and music, Jarrad went on to build Soda Pop Agency, a creative agency that assists some of the most influential hospitality restaurants in the country, as well as creating Mr Consistent, handcrafted Cocktail Mix products that are blowing up! If you're looking for delicious…
 
In this episode we chatted with Joe Lopez, the coach behind Alex Volkanovski, the UFC Featherweight Champion and owner of Freestyle MMA in Windang, NSW. Not only is Joe the coach of one of our countries most successful combat sports athletes, but he has also achieved great business success himself, from running his own security company. Joe has alw…
 
Well, it's finally here. Ed has seen Pee Wee for the first time in his life and he's here to explain all of the references he finally gets. We talk quarantine life, the production history behind this film, and of course so many far too revealing digressions about our life. Please rate and review the show and we'll get episode 50 in July we promise!…
 
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